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Regional Educational Television Network

RETN empowers local non-profits, educational institutions, and independent producers to get their stories seen and heard. Our community-oriented services include workshops, video production and multi-platform distribution. Visit us at the Media Factory in Burlington's South End Arts District.

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The Neighborhood Project was a trio of public art performance events during 1999 that explored, through the lens of art, Burlington's urban places. They focused on the city's inhabitants, their homes, their gathering places, the memories shared and those uniquely individual, and addressed the question: What makes a vibrant neighborhood? This was produced in partnership with Burlington Community Land Trust and Burlington's Community and Economic Development Office.
Topics: Vermont, Burlington, Regional Educational Television Network, RETN, Educational Access TV,...
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The Bus Barns Project was a site-specific dance/theatre performance presented June 9 & 10, 2000 that focused on transportation and its effect on our lives. It honored this 130 year old public transportation site – Vermont Transit Bus Repair Barns – and opened the door to its new incarnation as affordable rental housing and start-up businesses. The Bus Barns Project was produced in partnership with Burlington Community Land Trust and Burlington’s Community and Economic Development...
Topics: Burlington, Vermont history, transportation, public transportation